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On a late September day, the Red Chair made its way to the small town of Dublin, New... Read More »
Before I accepted my Assistant Editor position here at Yankee Magazine back in November 2011, I was a... Read More »
When I learned I had been accepted to an internship with a publishing company, I was envisioning a... Read More »
The calendar on the day these words will first appear will read January 27, 2012. But in our... Read More »
During the last several months, I’ve been proofreading some of the copy for advertisements, newsletters, and Yankee stories. This... Read More »
One of my favorite gifts I found for my daughters this past Christmas was a sunlight print kit... Read More »
I’ve always found the production cycle of a magazine to be fairly odd. My last blog entry on... Read More »
Here’s an interesting little secret about magazine editors: We’re time travelers. Yes, it’s true. Okay, it’s not the kind of... Read More »
With a history as long and colorful as Yankee’s, poking through the archives can easily swallow up an... Read More »
There is no better way to know a famous tourist town than arriving off season, when the tourists ... Read More »
Each November the City and Regional Magazine Association asks editors of its nearly 70 member publications to choose... Read More »
My first few weeks as both a New Hampshire resident and an employee of Yankee Publishing officially mark... Read More »
A few years ago, Yankee’s editor, Mel Allen, wrote a comprehensive guide outlining the steps to follow if... Read More »
The other day I was cleaning out a closet, where I have stacked too many boxes of papers... Read More »
A month ago I posted an article about the odd attraction people have to our parking lot and... Read More »
Last week, I headed to the Berkshires with my colleague, Justin, for the day. We had planned to... Read More »
When my husband and I got married, there was one thing we were certain about: We didn’t want... Read More »
Recently, our photo-editor Heather Marcus and I took a break from our offices in Dublin to attend a... Read More »
In the year since Tropical Storm Irene barreled through New England, Vermont continues to recover. The storm claimed... Read More »
More often than not, when I meet a longtime Yankee reader and tell him or her that I... Read More »
A few weeks ago while taking a quick after-work tour of my vegetable garden I made an important... Read More »
What is it about a rectangular patch of grass that so captivates the New England psyche? Is it... Read More »
The Jaffrey, New Hampshire, Festival of Fireworks is an annual event that bills itself as “the best fireworks... Read More »
As a child on Cape Cod, Ethan Daniels fell in love with water and the mysteries within it. ... Read More »
At the end of July, my husband Jim and I packed the car with bikes, kayaks, and Brewski,... Read More »
If you picked up the July/August issue of Yankee Magazine, I hope you took time to peruse the... Read More »
Some people are musician groupies and collect signed concert ticket stubs. I am a writer groupie and collect... Read More »
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